The OLED Technology Center in China offers a range of state-of-the-art equipment and cleanroom facilities to enable OLED device fabrication and characterization.
“China has become the largest market for smartphones and consumer electronics, which shows significant potential for flat panels,” said Allan Gabor, managing director of the Performance Materials business of Merck KGaA in China. “We are committed to the close cooperation with our partners in China to even better understand their products and needs, optimize device performance with harmonized materials, and drive innovation right here in our local OLED Technology Center which is supported by our global network.”
According to a report in Economy & Nation Weekly magazine in China, nine sixth-generation flexible AMOLED display screen production lines in China have been constructed or are currently being constructed. The total investment amounting to RMB 157.5 billion ranks first in the world. It is estimated by IHS Markit that by 2020, China’s OLED display production capacity will account for 28% of the global market, making China the second-largest supplier of OLED displays in the world.